SkyPixel has announced the winners of its annual drone photography competition, with an impossible view of Mont Saint Michel among the winners.
SkyPixel is a photo-sharing community owned by drone manufacture DJI, and serves as a hub for creatives and visual storytellers alike.
The results of the competition – and the entire creative community for that matter– are stunning, providing some of the most awe-inspiring and gobsmackingly wonderful photography Travel Weekly has ever seen.
The drone photography movement seems to be offering one key quality in spades: humility in the face of the vastness of natural beauty, from impossible angles and unique perspectives untapped by hip-level cameras.
Here’s the winner of the grand prize for videography: Adventure, created by Melbourne-based freelance photographer and videographer Ain Raadik:
And for the corresponding photography category, here’s the grand prize winner: Deryk Baumgartner, and his mind-blowing shot of Mont-Saint-Michel – an island in Normandy, France.
Here’s a few of our favourite pics:
For the full catalogue of winning images for the 2018 SkyPixel Aerial Photography & Video Contest, click here.